Businesses forced to shut had disputed Norfolk police’s description of widespread antisocial behaviour as ‘low-level’

Police have apologised for the way they responded to a weekend of disorder blamed on Travellers that forced a seaside town into “lockdown”.

Norfolk police initially described the widespread trouble in Cromer in mid-August as “low-level disorder” and said an instance of rape in the town on the same weekend was not linked. But its chief constable has now said the force misjudged the situation.

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